Tips and Tricks

|
3 awesome days in Malta

I found so many unusual things on this small island in the Mediterranean Sea – Malta, that I have no idea where to start from. Probably with the language. Just imagine European looking people, Christian Catholics by religion, speaking kind of Arabic dialect with an Italian accent and writing it with Latin letters. Correct, the
Read More

|
How a weekend trip rescues Edirne

What brought me to Edirne, Turkey that weekend were the rumors, the ease of the COVID – 19 restrictions, and of course, my curiosity. I wanted to see in person the economical phenomenon I heard of and took the trip particularly in the days when the magic happens. Another spontaneous and accidental journey, provoked by
Read More

Travel while staying home

I was just about to post a new article, referring to my awesome three days in Malta, but realized that inspiring the followers to pack and head to the airport is not quite the right time. While all the borders are closing one after another, most of the airplanes are already grounded, above a million
Read More

|
What NOT to do in Porto, Portugal

That’s the first trip I did not plan at all. Heading to the city of Porto in Portugal was like a dream come true and I took the decision to just go with the flow, to enjoy whatever comes my way and to let each step being taken spontaneously. The flight from Malta was landing
Read More

Wadi Mujib, Jordan – the funniest scary trip ever

I did not know what to expect. All I knew in advance was that I want to do Wadi Mujib. A colleague of mine described it as a “must try “adventure. His short note pointed out that Wadi Mujib is a beautiful canyon, with a slow water stream through, a level that barely reaches the
Read More

Driving in Jordan

Driving in Jordan is a challenge. I did prefer to call it a challenge instead of danger because overcoming the local circumstances depends on personal driving skills. You better keep your eyes wide open, completely focus on the road, applying the best abilities to predict and overcome. Or at least, this is what you are
Read More

|
Bahrain - the island of don'ts

That’s my first impression of Bahrain. I just went out of the airport and already felt banned. What strikes the eyes is the series of prohibitions and do not do things welcoming the guest upon arrival. This is a bit weird because the vast majority of the expats believe Bahrain is the most liberal of
Read More

|
A birthday tour in Kuwait

  Undoubtedly, December is the best month of the year for visiting Kuwait. Mild weather, spring to summer day temperatures (regarding the European standards), slight breeze, friendly sun, fresh greenery. The maximum day temperature reaches 22-24 C degrees, the minimum is about 12. It’s lovely staying outdoor – no fog, no haze, no dust. In
Read More